2005
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-026x2005000300015
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La conciencia de la mestiza: rumo a uma nova consciência

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“…A fronteira, ou as margens, de acordo com a autora, constituise em um lócus fraturado onde a subjetividade é construída e percebida por uma dupla ou múltipla consciência, ou, para utilizar o termo empregado por Gloria Anzaldúa (2005), 'uma nova consciência mestiça'.…”
Section: Póscolonialismo E Feminismo Decolonial: Pensando a Partir Daunclassified
“…A fronteira, ou as margens, de acordo com a autora, constituise em um lócus fraturado onde a subjetividade é construída e percebida por uma dupla ou múltipla consciência, ou, para utilizar o termo empregado por Gloria Anzaldúa (2005), 'uma nova consciência mestiça'.…”
Section: Póscolonialismo E Feminismo Decolonial: Pensando a Partir Daunclassified
“…Anzaldúa brings an epistemological perspective of intersectional difference and relates it to a political proposal of coalition against this subjects' exclusion. The mestizo identity theory is presented as a theoretical-political possibility, and distinctions between capitalist versions and critical versions to a cultural hybridism are emphasized as chicanas' identities, lesbians and queers are redefined (Anzaldúa, 2005).…”
Section: Enhancement Perspectives On the Presented Argumentsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There may be little continuity in content between those moments but there is continuity of reference between moments of discursive construction of the subject; the 'person' is the anchor of that common reference. Thus, for instance, it is the 'person' who is the site of the shifting, conflicted, discrepant moments of meaning construction described by Anzaldua (1999) and Lugones (1994Lugones ( /1996. In a content-related sense, her 'self' is constructed differently at different moments through the fluctuations of subjectivity, but those fluctuations in discursive and experiential construction pertain to the same 'person'.…”
Section: Ontological Continuitymentioning
confidence: 99%